Today, Design Limited Edition brings and presents you some of the best interior designers of the world. As you know, architecture and design are not static professions. Why? Because styles evolve, the technologies advance and the challenges propel.
The next interior designers were selected for the creative works that they made and for the projects of luxury brands and home design that they produced.
Imaginative, intelligent, and inspiring: these following artists are interior design ideas masters and the ambassadors of the contemporary design. Feel inspired by them and get to know a little better some of their exclusive design projects.
Minimalism is not for Jean-Louis Deniot as neither is excess. Balance and osmosis are what he is after, offsetting the sometimes-rigid facet of architecture with an inmost vision of refinement, comfort, and openness making his creative works with modern furniture around the world have to revel in. For him, style equates lifestyle and must promote harmony and wellbeing.
Kelly Wearstler is an American designer and one of the very top interior designers in the world, admired for her bold designs and fantastic interior projects. Kelly Wearstler’s designs attract and inspire an enviable roster of top clients from the film and music industries, as well as top celebrities, and tastemakers worldwide. Her trademark sumptuous and vibrant interiors imbue luxury hotels and grand residences from Beverly Hills to the Caribbean and around the globe.
Francis Sultana is a modern furniture and interior designer based in London with an international client base covering Europe, Russia, The United States, and Asia. Sultana is the favored designer of many major art patrons who are drawn to his use of noble materials, fine craftsmanship and luxurious finishes.
Jaime Hayon is a creative whose work hovers between art and design. With a concern for the conservation of traditional craft skills, combined with contemporary production, he has conceived furniture for a number of international companies, including Lladrò and Moooi, and has exhibited at venues worldwide the Centre Pompidou in Paris and Art Basel.
Architect and designer, India Mahdavi founded her studio in 1999 and opened her showroom in 2003, becoming one of the best in her field and a true design inspiration for a lot of design-lovers. Based in Paris, the Iranian-born interior designer takes any material, from wood, ceramic, metal to lacquer and combines them into playful, captivating interiors, magnificent home decor.